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27 Jun 2022
There are plenty of reasons to love epistolary storytelling. Personally, I love the way various epistolary formats can shape a story in interesting and innovative ways, and I also love how the choice of format can hone the voice of a story.
23 May 2022
Upstairs, the prime minister is meeting with all the party members because they are worried about how to save themselves. As in, just themselves and no one else.  Because they are selfish fucks.
23 May 2022
Let’s strive to make the best art we can, but never from the starting point of fear, but of personal honesty.
23 May 2022
"When I can't move, I write, and those two things are deeply connected."
28 Feb 2022
This show is considered to be the first science fiction radio show, and at its best, it encapsulated much of what I love about golden age sci-fi.
28 Feb 2022
"In some of my poetry, I feel like I’m freeing words of their boundaries and letting them absorb new meanings and new possibilities."
24 Jan 2022
I love flash fiction for a lot of reasons. There’s the instant gratification of reading a complete work of fiction in just a few minutes. And there’s the way flash lends itself to playful, inventive experimentation with form, prose, style, voice, and subject. I also love the way a flash story can be honed and sharpened as everything extraneous is eliminated, and the way it can capture and convey the essence of something—an emotion, a world, a situation, a possibility, an idea, even a joke!—in brilliant brevity.
22 Nov 2021
"It is hard not to take SG1 at, quite literally, face value. The ethnic composition of the team speaks for itself."
22 Nov 2021
Ergo, the ray is a bad thing for Black Barney but a good thing for Candy Cane. Perspective is so important.
22 Nov 2021
"It's not that I don't want to write. It's that there are barriers, and some of those barriers are of my own making, and some of them are not."
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